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Old 05-23-2005   #46 (permalink)
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Damn show off

Tonight I heated up leftovers from last night. Ricotta/spinach tortilinis with olive oil/parmesan cheese.

Oh... and a paper cup of Crystal Light Raspberry Ice.

All eaten in my lap on the couch while watching Animal Planet.

Life is good.
You're on a roll tonight sister.
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Damn show off

Tonight I heated up leftovers from last night. Ricotta/spinach tortilinis with olive oil/parmesan cheese.

Oh... and a paper cup of Crystal Light Raspberry Ice.

All eaten in my lap on the couch while watching Animal Planet.

Life is good.


It's the simple things.....
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I think he is depressed at the thought of me cooking !!!!
Tam, hon.... so sorry to hear about hubby's troubles (and you know I know the gory details). Thank God you were there to help him through it and call for the ambulance.

As for your bland mashed potatoes.... there's no such thing as bad mashed potatoes. I could eat em every day!!! As I could refried beans. Are those okay for him to eat? Best ones David and I ever had were at the AI on Cozumel we stayed at in 2000. Haven't tasted anything like them since.
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Spinach souffle stuffed chicken (one of my fave South Beach recipes) and baked acorn squash with a little dash of maple syrup and allspice here.
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Tore some rib cage and oblique muscles a few days ago so I'm on good meds! I say that cause we had chickie tenders and salad tonite cause I'm a little sleepy.... but tomorrow, look out!
Fresh Copper River Salmon (got about a 5 pounder to fillet and que up). If ya never had Copper River Salmon, I can't explain what a gourmet fish it is!
My own recipe baby reds, garlic, lemon/pepper and sweet onions.
and BEEEERRRRR!!!! NO white wine, red wine or pink wine. It's Beer! Barley Wheat and/or amber! Now isn't that romantic?
If you ever taste my salmon, you won't care about the music. No whatta mean, Vern!
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Tore some rib cage and oblique muscles a few days ago so I'm on good meds! I say that cause we had chickie tenders and salad tonite cause I'm a little sleepy.... but tomorrow, look out!
Fresh Copper River Salmon (got about a 5 pounder to fillet and que up). If ya never had Copper River Salmon, I can't explain what a gourmet fish it is!
My own recipe baby reds, garlic, lemon/pepper and sweet onions.
and BEEEERRRRR!!!! NO white wine, red wine or pink wine. It's Beer! Barley Wheat and/or amber! Now isn't that romantic?
If you ever taste my salmon, you won't care about the music. No whatta mean, Vern!
Ummm, how in the world did you tear those things. Does it hurt when you breathe?
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Luv salmon. Kick some recipes my way Donny.
I like using emerils orange poppyseed marinade on my salmon.
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Ummm, how in the world did you tear those things. Does it hurt when you breathe?
You prolly won't believe this. It was caused by a sneeze last Wednesday. Went and hit a 100 balls on Tuesday but didn't feel any soreness. You ever throw your back or neck out from a sneeze? I tore some muscles and now when I sneeze, it puts me down on the floor for a good 10 minutes! Very painful! Finally went to the doc today to get pain meds. The cottonwoods are blowing and I've wanted to sneeze for a few hours but it ain't gonna happen again (hopefully) Doc says I just keep tearin' 'em when I sneeze. Yeah, thanks for the diagnosis, now gimme that damn prescription!
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Luv salmon. Kick some recipes my way Donny.
I like using emerils orange poppyseed marinade on my salmon.
It all depends on what kind of salmon ya got. Don't want to dressy it up if'n there's no need to. And my "DR's Kitchen Sink" recipe has not been published as yet. (it's the goods, truly). Be happy to cook it for you in person! How about 8/1 on Banks Lake (Grand Coulee Dam)? Hmmmmm. Any takers?
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I need healthy good recipes.......
Tappy, have you checked out
Cooking Light Magazine? It's one of my favorites - I subscribed to the mag and got a free cookbook as well.

Also, the recipes section of CalorieKing.com might be able to give you a lot of good ideas.

I eat:
a variety of salads soups made with lowfat chicken broth, veggies, rice, whatever I can find in the cupboard, large omelets made with egg beaters, diced turkey bacon, fat free cheese and onion. I regularly buy those big bags of chicken breasts from Costco or Sam's and marinate them in lemon juice with a touch of olive oil and garlic, thrown onto the indoor grill.

For dessert or sweet snacks:
sugar free pudding made with skim milk
jello with fruit and Fat Free cool whip
yogurt or 1% fat cottage cheese mixed with Smart Start cereal
Cottage cheese, apples, cinnamon and Splenda.
I also pick up a bag of frozen fruit once in awhile and just snack on a bowl of of it, still frozen. (one eats much less that way). Skinny Cow makes amazing ice cream sandwiches as well.

I could go on and on, but just wanted to let you know that you aren't limited to mashed potatoes and rice cakes (one of my faves, a baked potato with salsa!)

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Good gosh, do you people eat like this all the time? Sounds like lots of good cooks around here. I just threw some shredded cooked chicken and steamed brown rice in a bowl and heated it up with salsa. Simple, but tasty.
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It all depends on what kind of salmon ya got. Don't want to dressy it up if'n there's no need to. And my "DR's Kitchen Sink" recipe has not been published as yet. (it's the goods, truly). Be happy to cook it for you in person! How about 8/1 on Banks Lake (Grand Coulee Dam)? Hmmmmm. Any takers?
Most def wanna get up there before the end of the year. Save some of that Copper River in the freezer for me and i'll start looking for airfare.
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Good gosh, do you people eat like this all the time? Sounds like lots of good cooks around here. I just threw some shredded cooked chicken and steamed brown rice in a bowl and heated it up with salsa. Simple, but tasty.
What no taters tonight.
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No tater suppliers lately... what can I say?
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No tater suppliers lately... what can I say?
Next time I come down Susie i'll visit the local farmers market with a suitcase
and deliver them for you.
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